Copper

Copper is a soft, salmon-pink coloured metal, commonly used for water piping. It is extremely conductive and it is alloyed with zinc to make brass, and with tin and other metals to make bronze. Copper is one of the seven 'metals of antiquity', along with gold, silver, tin, lead, iron and mercury. These were the metals that humans were known to have used in prehistoric times. 

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  1. Contemporary 2
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  1. Copper 10
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  4. Bone 1
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  6. Gilt Copper 1
  7. Ivory 1
  8. Metal 1
  9. Niello 1
  10. Olive Wood 1
  11. Patinated Bronze 1
  12. Wood 1
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  1. Metallic 4
  2. Brown 3
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  5. Blue 1
  6. Silver 1
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  2. Italian 2
  3. Persian 2
  4. Asian 1
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  1. 18th Century and Earlier 3
  2. Late 19th Century 3
  3. 21st Century 2
  4. 19th Century 2
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  1. Debut, Marcel (French, 1865-1933) 1
  2. Liu, Nan Nan (Chinese / British, contemporary) 1